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Sow outdoors in late fall/early winter. For spring planting, soak seeds in hot water overnight before planting outdoors or in seed starting medium.
Wild Indigos mature slowly, taking up to 2-3 to produce flowers, but are well worth the wait.
Once established, blue wild indigo will remain healthy for several years. It requires a minimum of maintenance in the garden.
Plant with peonies, lanceleaf coreopsis.